Bioethics' Rise, Decline, and Fall

University Press of America (2002)
With the rapid rise in bioengineering, bio-technology, bio-scientific economics, research commercialism, and the unraveling of genetic mysteries, many clinical and laboratory situations arise that bring bio-ethical urgencies to the forefront. Based on the author's years of teaching and private and hospital practice, Bioethics' Rise, Decline, and Fall offers guiding conclusions to today's medical quandaries
Keywords Medical ethics  Bioethics
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Call number R724.F457 2002
ISBN(s) 0761821678   9780761821670
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